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Linguistic Ambiguity -- Groks Science Show 2010-01-20


Published January 20, 2010


The English language is remarkably well-suited for many forms of humorous wordplay. But, what is it about the structure of English that makes it particularly amenable to wordplay? On this program, Prof. Dallin D. Oaks discussed the structural ambiguities of the English language.


Source Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Run time 25:24

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Reviewer: BenjaminS.T. - - November 3, 2012
Subject: Groks - Linguistic Ambiguity
Five stars.
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